Calming a Client Before Cross

Excellent article! The six points discussed in the article are of critical importance in the preparation of witnesses for trial. As a Labor Arbitrator I ever so often observes witnesses testifying under cross examination, who clearly were not prepared for the adversarial nature of cross examination. Many “good cases” are lost due to inadequate preparation of witnesses, albeit for cross examination or testimony in chief/direct.

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469790631For many people—especially avid courtroom drama watchers—the anticipation of being cross-examined is terrifying. If your client is one of these people, try these calming techniques.

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